So the counseling went really well.
The counselor was the Oh-My-Gee-DRAMA QUEEN typo and I totally can related to her easily.
It was fun to talk to her, and I just literally dumped everything from my head to her.
Another person now tells me again that I AM my mother's child.
Because of the similarities we have, STRONG and STUBBORN. These two come together no matter what.
And that's the cause of our sparks and explosions around.
And that was also another person telling me to go for an alternative persuasion; letter noting.
It was still vague that whether if I'd actually go all out, regardless of the company and environment I have back in UPM for the veterinary course.
But she cleared it out. I do.
I was already "labeling" myself as a vet, seeing how I associate works related to vet as a "we".
We do more than treating dogs and cats.
We control your livestock production.
We control your outbreak of zoonautics.
We keep the wild life heritage on check.
We protect the welfare of animals.
We are everywhere, parts of your daily life.
These were the reasons why I wanted to be a vet so badly, to tell people things.
And it is unfair to say that a life of an animal is less precious than that of a human.
That is downright shallow, and inhumane. Not what I seek in life.
I wish to educate people more about animals, their rights, how precious they are, and what they really have played significantly in our lives.
Health of a human, a nutritionist can do a better job advising, a doctor probably do more of the "fixing" part, when they graduate and work fully as a practitioner.
I guess I'm quite sure?
And it's time to make a judgement, and also a prep drive.
I've and will meet the end of the bargain.
The question is, will she?
PS: Thank you so much Ms Carole Chung, you were a wonderful person to talk to when things like these come into play. A huge burden was lifted instantly.
May your god bless you, may you be well and happy always.